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Meeting state needs with Gifted and Talented Education courses

Meeting state needs with Gifted and Talented Education courses

"I came to USC to design and deliver a new and challenging graduate program in gifted and talented education," says Professor Thomas P. Hébert.

Concept Mapping Helps Student Researchers Fill Data Holes

Concept Mapping Helps Student Researchers Fill Data Holes

Strong research requires the ability to formulate the right research question and identify relationships between information.

College of Education offers new Qualitative Research Certificate

College of Education offers new Qualitative Research Certificate

The Department of Educational Studies at USC's College of Education is now offering the university's first post-masters certificate in qualitative research.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Meir Muller

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Meir Muller

Not only is Dr. Muller a faculty member, but also 22-year principal of Cutler Jewish Day School and an ordained rabbi.

Education students enhance College's international presence through summer internships

Education students enhance College's international presence through summer internships

Five students travel to Brazil, Taiwan, Ireland and Australia to gain professional experience in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Teach Science and Mathematics campaign rolls out in South Carolina

Teach Science and Mathematics campaign rolls out in South Carolina

Through a gift from the Duke Energy Foundation, the College of Education has launched a campaign to recruit more students to teach STEM curriculum at the middle and high school levels.

The Great Oz behind the curtain

The Great Oz behind the curtain

Professor Meir Muller presented, "Constructivist Family Engagement: The Wizard of Oz Conundrum" at the Jewish Early Childhood Education Leadership Institute.

College of Education graduate Sarah Jayne McClanahan travels to Indonesia for Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship

College of Education graduate Sarah Jayne McClanahan travels to Indonesia for Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship

McClanahan made the decision several years ago to be a life-long learner, and believes that teaching is the core of that pursuit.

Education advocates secure millions in grants

Education advocates secure millions in grants

Improving mathematics education, teacher education and teacher leadership remains resolute to College of Education researchers

USC Children's Center STEM Fair Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014

USC Children's Center STEM Fair Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014

The USC Children's Center is inviting South Carolina families to a free STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fair Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014 from 9 a.m. – noon at its location at 1530 Wheat St. in Columbia, South Carolina.

Enterprise Learning Launches in SC with $24.9 Million Race to the Top-District Grant

Enterprise Learning Launches in SC with $24.9 Million Race to the Top-District Grant

Four diverse school districts in South Carolina came together last year to form a consortium recently awarded a $24.9 million grant in the second round of Race to the Top-District competition funding by the U.S. Department of Education.

Empowing Girls in India with Diversity in Thought, Approach and Action

Empowing Girls in India with Diversity in Thought, Approach and Action

"I became disturbed by the severe marginalization of women and girls in India - particularly in rural India," says Dr. Payal Shah.

Achievement Recognized at SASTE Conference

Achievement Recognized at SASTE Conference

Dr. Nathan Carnes and graduate student Brittany Garvin receive high honors at the conference.

Claire Robinson Named 2014 Breakthrough Graduate Scholar

Claire Robinson Named 2014 Breakthrough Graduate Scholar

Ph.D. candidate Claire Robinson is one of 14 USC students awarded this prestigious honor.